HP Three new ZBook G8 The range of laptops, from a less expensive option to a powerful mobile workstation for creative professionals, can be customized with 11th generation Intel H-series processors and 4K displays.
Previous HP ZBook The line of laptops was only announced in late 2020, but to keep up with the range of mobile workstations released with the latest 11th generation Intel H-Series processors, HP has responded to the competition with its new ZBook line. G8, consisting of three device laptops: HP ZBook Studio G8, HP ZBook Fury G8 and HP ZBook Power G8.
As I’ve said before EngadgetThe new trio comes with a 15.6-inch HD or 4K display, while the Fury model also has a larger 17.3-inch option. All three models feature 2TB internal storage capacity and offer users a choice of 11th Gen Intel Xeon processors or H-series processors, which can be upgraded to Core i9.
Overall, the entire G8 range is designed to offer powerful mobile workstations for design and video work, as well as virtual reality development. This is where the similarities end, as each model is designed to meet different needs.
Designed for professional projects with demanding workflows and additional gaming interests, the HP ZBook Studio G8 offers the widest variety of GPU options and enables NVIDIA RTX A5000 or GeForce RTX 3080 configuration. the edge Being the most powerful mobile GPU, this brings the Studio G8 to the fore as a mixed consideration for work and play over the rest of the laptops in the range, particularly with the added RGB keyboard offering many options for options. color customization via OMEN Gaming Hub.
What’s more, the edge Reports suggest that the Studio G8 has an HDMI 2.1 port, which allows users to configure the laptop to display 4K resolutions of up to 120 frames per second on external monitors or TV screens that can handle that resolution.
The most customizable HP ZBook Fury G8 offers a choice of 15.6-inch or 17.3-inch displays. With the option of AMD Radeon Pro graphics, this model is aimed at visual creators looking for desktop performance in a sleek, portable design.
It also features 1000 nits brightness on the smaller 15.6-inch option in FHD, which can be useful for high-quality photo editing or 600 nits on a 4K display option. The Fury G8 also offers the most memory, up to 128GB 3200MHz, compared to the Studio’s 32GB and 64GB of power.
Compared to the Studio and Fury models, the Power has been named the most affordable of the three options, though the Trio’s pricing has yet to be revealed. The HP ZBook Power G8 has its own security features, such as ISV certifications, HP Security Suite and a site for Tile devices, as well as its durability. This model is still high performance and features NVIDIA RTX A2000 and PCIe G4 laptop graphics, but the company markets it as an ideal choice for STEAM students rather than professional projects.
Currently, the affordable Power G8 is expected to be available in select countries in June 2021, while the Studio G8 and Fury G8 will follow in July 2021.
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